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known as a hotbed for snakes. >> all right. the home run derby last night was a big hit. not on the edge, but on the deck. trying to catch a ball. we circle him. keith carmichael is in -- he is trying to catch prince fielder's home run hit when he ended up dangling about 20 feet up. he was lucky his brother and a friend were right there, strong enough to pull him back over the railing to his seat. remember last week at a rangers game he died trying to catch a ball thrown into the stands. >>> well abc 2 news is working for you tonight. imagine this, your electronic device gets stolen. >> what do you think, eh no problem, you installed that highly touted gps tracking software. >> but then what? do you go after it yourself? do you call police? what if they are too busy taking other calls. [ phone ringing. >> reporter: when business owner and working mom monica freely left her phone in the back of a cab and had no way to get in touch with her kids or clients. >> immediately i panicked. >> reporter: she activated her gps tracking app through another device and traced her phone to a nearby hot
station pandora recently hit a big milestone. the site has reached 100 million listeners. according to pandora's blog 36 million of those consumers are monthly active users. radio station plans to celebrate by launching a flash free redesigned site. it's expected to be available for those 100 million users within the next few weeks. >>> you think new york city is expensive. if you're looking for the world's most expensive city, you need to turn to the continent. global consulting firm mercer says la was today in the african nation of angola is the priciest city in the world. on average you'll pay 28 u. s. dollars for a new cd. or 20 bucks for a club sandwich and a soda. if you're looking you're looking to rent you'll pay $7,000 a month for a two bedroom apartment. coming in at number 2 is tokyo followed by another african city. new york remains the costliest american city but it's ranked 32nd worldwide. >> that is a surprise. >>> well, casey anthony is set to get out of jail this weekend. but her legal battles aren't over yet. why a texas company wants her to pay up more than $10
that big step of removing a child from the home? >> the state haso incentive to take a child away from their parents unnecessarily. >> reporter: but he cannot guarantee they won't. nor can he guarantee a child sent into foster care will actually improve. when anna marie was taken from her parents in albuquerque, she didn't improve at all. she was later returned to her rents and diagnosed with a genetic predisposition. >> it did more damage to my daughter. if they really did care about that child, they would take more effort to stay with the family. >> reporter: dr. ludwig admits foster care is not a perfect option. but he says one option we certainly do not have is inaction. dan harris, abc news, new york. >> so, want to bring in dr. richard besser. rich, you know this say ya so well. are we all a public health emergency level, this has to be address? >> reporter: diane, i think this is an absolutely terrible idea. the solution is not to demonize parents. i think foster care would be a disaster. kn i know the doctor who wrote this. and he's issued a four-alarm warning about this proble
bunch" in 1969. critics hated the show but viewers still love it even to this day. the reruns are a big hit. decades later on cable tv. >> a classic moment. >> i hate to laugh at that but it really was. marcia, marcia, marcia! >> these shows did illuminate these struggles teenagers had, albeit in this semi-perfect way. sherwood schwartz died yesterday of intestinal infection, he was 94 years old. >> what a career. he definitely gave a lot of us a lot of joy watching those shows. i think a lot of people consider florence henderson to be america's mom, mrs. brady. >> the characters wind gilligan's island, we talked about how it was a social microcosm, looking at how people of different backgrounds had to get together to figure things out. i would consider myself the professor. >> you would be the perfect professor. >> i think you'd be ginger. >> are you a ginger or a marianne? everybody knows what that vernacular means. >>> take a look at your forecast here now. heat advisories from texas and across much of the southeast. thunderstorms in new orleans, montgomery, and miami. hail and 80 mi
charleston, south carolina or into the south like birmingham, there are big storms in that direction. but most of us will begin to see clearing across the mid atlantic as milder air moves in. we have a canadian high coming down the pike that's going to spell several days of sunshine they had it today in places like pittsburgh and cleveland. there they had had the sunshine and dry air. that moving in for us tonight and will mean much better weather into the day tomorrow. you can see the difference here. this is our sort of overall moisture map, if you will. yeah, we still got high humidity here but we're right on the edge of that very humid airmass. this will shift south tonight. we'll wake up to much drier and more pleasant weather. that's for sure. and chances for rain are going to be pretty minimal next 2 to 3 to 4 days. still a stray shower possible this evening. we dry things overnight. lot of sunshine tomorrow high uv index still will be like me last sunday at the pool kind of think you have a base tan because i didn't. you will need that sun korean stole and again on friday. fi
guess the big line is the health department test tells us this type of meningitis is not airborne. family and friends are receiving antibiotics just to be safe but we're told they too are at low risk. early this morning the health department met with workers at the kurt avenue station there they addressed questions as best they could. >> after consultation with infectious disease experts at the state health department as well as the centers for disease control, we have determined that there is virtually no public health risk from this sad and unfortunate event. > >> reporter: all right again we have a 46-year-old mta worker dying of meningitis. the health department believes the general public is safe but they are going to keep a close tab on this situation as will we. jamie costello abc2 news. >>> thanks a lot jamie. we have new information tonight on that fire that left about 25 people in owings mills without a place to stay. we've also learned whether fire at the morning side apartment complex spread to some of the units. >> reporter: two stage three- alarm fire at the morn
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